Thursday, July 25, 2019

Wicked Resolution (Wicked Origins Book 4) Book Blast

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Dorothy, now known as the witch killer, leads the charge to the South to take on the last remaining witch in Oz. Glinda is supposed to be the "good" witch, but she might only be a wolf in sheep's clothing. After all, she still has Gin in her prison. I thought we’d won the battle for Emerald City against Jinjur and Mombi, but I’ve never been more wrong. Because of the incident I had with General Falcom during the conflict, he switches sides. Now, we have to figure out a way to get out of the city, save Gin from Glinda, and possibly even free the southern territory, while we’re at it. My reputation as a legend has gotten us new allies before, but would it work again? We need all the help we can get if we’re going to unite Oz and place it under one rule. But whose rule will it be? Jinjur or Mombi? Me or Chimmy? Or is there someone else, who we haven’t thought of yet? This is the thrilling novella conclusion to the series The Wicked Origins Series - a modern YA Fantasy Retelling of L. Frank Baum’s original Oz tales. Get it on Amazon

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